book review, horror

Killing with Don by Dr Jason Carson

Self help guru and serial killer outlines a 50 step program to improve the world. Dr Jason Carson takes on Donald Trump, doling out sage advice on how the man, and any readers, can become gods by embracing their inner killer and predating upon our fellow humanity. Dr Jay, creation of author John Schupeck, published… Continue reading Killing with Don by Dr Jason Carson

book review, thriller

The Weird Sisters of Wynter’s Hill by Helen Whistberry

If you’re a mook like me, you’ll be all over this book like a kid on a hot fudge sundae. It’s the 1950s, see, and big Jim Malhaven, reporter, gets sent to get the goods on the ghost that haunts the old cemetery. There he meets a dame, Victoria, a real looker. He don’t see… Continue reading The Weird Sisters of Wynter’s Hill by Helen Whistberry

book review, horror, short story

Trio of Terror by Richard H Fay

Three of the author’s previously published horror short stories brought together in one slim volume for ease of reading. The first story, The Redcap of Glamtallon, concerns a young woman and her boyfriend finding more than they bargained for when they go ghost hunting in a Scottish castle at night. There is a creepy vibe… Continue reading Trio of Terror by Richard H Fay

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Clown in a Cornfield by Adam Cesare

Time to send in the killer clowns. Oh wait, they’re already here. Quinn Maybrook moves with her dad to the tiny middle of nowhere town of Kettle Springs. Despite the 1950s style diner and grouchy old folks, she finds her fellow high schoolers surprisingly diverse and woke. Unfortunately, there is something rotten in Kettle Springs,… Continue reading Clown in a Cornfield by Adam Cesare

book review, horror

The Ash by Dan Soule

Non stop action from the first to the last page, The Ash is a locomotive of an alien invasion story. Policeman Jim Castle wants to get home to his son when the aliens arrive in cataclysmic explosions, but one obstacle after another prevents him from obtaining his goal. With the whole world out to get… Continue reading The Ash by Dan Soule